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Au Shucks

The abbreviation used for Australian websites is “au” (instead of “.com”). The answers to the following clues all use this abbreviation. The clues do not refer to the words themselves, rather they refer to the word that must be added to the “au.”

1. What might happen to you if you stay out in the Australian sun too long.
2. A strong Australian breeze.
3. Australian seasoning.
4. The Australian god of thunder.

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5 guesses to Au Shucks


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  • Paul

    1 – AU Dingo will eat your baby
    2 – AU Gust
    3 – AU Salt
    4 – AU Thor

  • Dude

    Great answers, Paul.

    1. INCORRECT
    2. AUGUST IS CORRECT
    3. INCORRECT
    4. AUTHOR IS CORRECT

    Keep guessing, we need two more.

  • Paul

    Rats – Rather than a long day in the sun, I forgot the dingo only comes for babies at night. How about AU Burn then?

  • Paul

    3 – AU Rum (I’ve used rum to season coconut drinks) or
    AU Spices

  • Dude

    Both are correct, Paul.

    1. auburn
    2. august
    3. auspice
    4. author

    You are today’s winner.